Wine 1.1.23 Released With Various Fixes
Written by Michael Larabel in WINE on 5 June 2009 at 02:00 PM EDT. 34 Comments
A new bi-weekly development update of Wine is now available. The release of Wine 1.1.23 is not as exciting as some of the other development updates recently that have brought cleaner Direct3D code, initial Shader Model 4.0 support, and other exciting enhancements, but there are a few changes the developers list as important for version 1.1.23.

The key changes in Wine 1.1.23 is support for registering MIME types with the Linux desktop, FBO (Frame Buffer Object) mode is now the default for Direct3D, support for COM proxy delegation, improved support for Mingw cross-compilation, and proper full-screen mode for the virtual desktop. There is also the usual assortment of bug-fixes in this bi-weekly update.

The Wine 1.1.23 release announcement can be read at WineHQ.org.
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